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Foreign Bank Accounts: Ameachi Dismisses Reports As Fake, Fictitious

Source: thewillnigeria.com
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SAN FRANCISCO, August 22, (THEWILL) – The immediate past River State governor, Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi, has faulted reports making the rounds suggesting that he has some accounts with some foreign banks, saying such reports are not only false but fake.

In a statement issued weekend by his media office, Amaechi described the reports as fictitious stories, saying they are the product of the ill imaginations of wicked and unscrupulous people opposed to Amaechi .

The statement reads: “Our attention has been drawn to fake stories making the rounds on the internet and social media about former Rivers State Governor Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi.

“The stories are all what they are- concocted and failed attempts to ridicule the person and achievements of Rt. Hon. Amaechi. Our initial reaction was to ignore them, but to clear the doubts of those concerned we have decided to issue this statement.

“There is absolutely no truth in fabricated story saying Amaechi has an account with a Bank in Minnesota, USA; same as the concocted write-up alleging that CNN's Christiane Amanpour accused Amaechi of corruption. They even went ahead to say Amaechi wrote to Bancorp and another bank in Switzerland stating that the said funds were deposited in error. This is absolutely false.

“It is important for the public to note that no such account or accounts exists. There is also no story of Amanpour linking the former governor with any corruption issue or case whatsoever, not on CNN or any verified news source or website associated with Amanpour.

“These are all lies, concocted in an attempt to put the public against the acclaimed people's governor whose achievements as governor of Rivers State speaks volumes and drew admiration and accolades from within and outside Nigeria.

“All these fictitious stories are the product of the ill imaginations of wicked and unscrupulous people opposed to Amaechi; those jealous and at unease with his continued rise in the country and beyond; those whose life ambition is to pull-Amaechi-down.

“We therefore urge the people to discard and disregard the unfounded rumours. They are all fake.”